• 英语 2018年高三辽宁省第二次模拟试题
单选题 本大题共15小题,每小题2分,共30分。在每小题给出的4个选项中,有且只有一项是符合题目要求。
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第一节(共15小题;每小题2分,满分30分)

    阅读下列短文,从每题所给的四个选项(A、B、C、和D)中,选出最佳选项。

                                A

Shower Radio — Warranty (保单) and Directions

    Introduction

    Beforeusing the radio, please read all directions, and put warranty information in asafe place. You may need to refer to the warranty information later.

    Warranty

    Theradio is warranted for one year. If it fails to work because of problems ofmaterials, please return it to the address on the warranty card.

    We will not pay shipping costs for returning the radio. We will either repair orreplace the radio. At least four weeks is needed to examine the problem andrepair the radio. If you have not heard from us within six weeks, call ourcustomer service department at 1-800-123-4567. 

    Radiosthat are returned not for problems of materials will pay service fee and thecost of the repairs. Customers will be informed of the charge by postcard.Radios will not be returned until these fees are paid. 

    Directions

    The radio is designed and built to operate well in a dampenvironment.

    To Operate the Radio

    1.Put two AA batteries following the introduction.  

    2.Turn the POWER dial in a clockwise direction until it clicks.

    3. Pressthe station selector button for your desired station. The station’s call numberwill be visible on the digital screen.

    4.To switch between AM or FM stations, move the AM/FM switch. 

    To Operate the Timer

    1.Each time the Timer Set button is pressed, five minutes will be put on thetimer. The amount of time on the timer will be visible for five seconds on thedigital screen. 

    2.When the timer doesn’t work, a sound will be given off. The timer may be resetagain after one minute. 

    Troubleshooting

    Beforereturning the radio for service, please check the following items:

    Problem:Radio cannot be heard. 

    1.Check batteries.              

    2. Check Power/Volume Control. 

    Problem:Timer does not work. 

    1.Check batteries                  

    2. Follow directionsfor setting timer. 

    3.Turn the power control on.       

    4. Adjust the volumecontrol.

If you don’t receive a repaired radio in six weeks, you can            .

Aspend fewer shipping costs

Bmake a phone call

Crequire a new one

Dwrite a letter of complaint

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                                A

Shower Radio — Warranty (保单) and Directions

    Introduction

    Beforeusing the radio, please read all directions, and put warranty information in asafe place. You may need to refer to the warranty information later.

    Warranty

    Theradio is warranted for one year. If it fails to work because of problems ofmaterials, please return it to the address on the warranty card.

    We will not pay shipping costs for returning the radio. We will either repair orreplace the radio. At least four weeks is needed to examine the problem andrepair the radio. If you have not heard from us within six weeks, call ourcustomer service department at 1-800-123-4567. 

    Radiosthat are returned not for problems of materials will pay service fee and thecost of the repairs. Customers will be informed of the charge by postcard.Radios will not be returned until these fees are paid. 

    Directions

    The radio is designed and built to operate well in a dampenvironment.

    To Operate the Radio

    1.Put two AA batteries following the introduction.  

    2.Turn the POWER dial in a clockwise direction until it clicks.

    3. Pressthe station selector button for your desired station. The station’s call numberwill be visible on the digital screen.

    4.To switch between AM or FM stations, move the AM/FM switch. 

    To Operate the Timer

    1.Each time the Timer Set button is pressed, five minutes will be put on thetimer. The amount of time on the timer will be visible for five seconds on thedigital screen. 

    2.When the timer doesn’t work, a sound will be given off. The timer may be resetagain after one minute. 

    Troubleshooting

    Beforereturning the radio for service, please check the following items:

    Problem:Radio cannot be heard. 

    1.Check batteries.              

    2. Check Power/Volume Control. 

    Problem:Timer does not work. 

    1.Check batteries                  

    2. Follow directionsfor setting timer. 

    3.Turn the power control on.       

    4. Adjust the volumecontrol.

The digital screen will show            .

Aboth the volume level and the AM/FM indicator

Bboth the AM/FM indicator and the radio station

Cboth the time remaining on the timer and the date

DBoth the call number and time on the timer.

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                                A

Shower Radio — Warranty (保单) and Directions

    Introduction

    Beforeusing the radio, please read all directions, and put warranty information in asafe place. You may need to refer to the warranty information later.

    Warranty

    Theradio is warranted for one year. If it fails to work because of problems ofmaterials, please return it to the address on the warranty card.

    We will not pay shipping costs for returning the radio. We will either repair orreplace the radio. At least four weeks is needed to examine the problem andrepair the radio. If you have not heard from us within six weeks, call ourcustomer service department at 1-800-123-4567. 

    Radiosthat are returned not for problems of materials will pay service fee and thecost of the repairs. Customers will be informed of the charge by postcard.Radios will not be returned until these fees are paid. 

    Directions

    The radio is designed and built to operate well in a dampenvironment.

    To Operate the Radio

    1.Put two AA batteries following the introduction.  

    2.Turn the POWER dial in a clockwise direction until it clicks.

    3. Pressthe station selector button for your desired station. The station’s call numberwill be visible on the digital screen.

    4.To switch between AM or FM stations, move the AM/FM switch. 

    To Operate the Timer

    1.Each time the Timer Set button is pressed, five minutes will be put on thetimer. The amount of time on the timer will be visible for five seconds on thedigital screen. 

    2.When the timer doesn’t work, a sound will be given off. The timer may be resetagain after one minute. 

    Troubleshooting

    Beforereturning the radio for service, please check the following items:

    Problem:Radio cannot be heard. 

    1.Check batteries.              

    2. Check Power/Volume Control. 

    Problem:Timer does not work. 

    1.Check batteries                  

    2. Follow directionsfor setting timer. 

    3.Turn the power control on.       

    4. Adjust the volumecontrol.

According to the text, what should you do before returning the radio for service?

AContact the store where you purchased it.

BCall the producer for a repair number.

CConsult the telephone book for local repair service.

DCheck whether certain problems exist.

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                                B

    My school stood ina big square playground in southeastern South Dakota. One teacher taught allgrades, first through eighth. Most grades had only two or three students.

    Our school daystarted with the flag pledge(宣誓). Then the teacher called onegrade at a time to the recitation bench beside her desk. She’d check our work,explain the new lesson, and dismiss us to go back to our own desks and do ournew work, all in less than ten minutes per grade.

    At noon we atelunches we had brought. Our lunches consisted of homemade sandwiches and if wewere lucky, dessert. My favorite dessert was a fresh pear, and a piece of Mom’sdelicious sour cream chocolate cake.

    The annualChristmas program was the most exciting part of the year. We hurried throughour lessons during December to allow time to practise poems, songs, and plays.

    A few days beforethe performance, the school board members borrowed equipment from the town andset up a stage across one side of the classroom. We hung bed sheets forcurtains.

    On the evening ofthe performance, petrol lanterns hanging along the walls cast a warm, thoughnot very bright, light over the gathering crowd. We could hardly contain ourexcitement as we looked from behind the curtains to wave at our parents.

    On a spring Sundayin a new term, just before the last day of the school term, everyone in theneighborhood gathered for a picnic. Our moms set fried chicken, bowls ofsalads, and desserts on the teacher’s desk and the library table. After thedinner, we played games. One of the school board members brought big buckets ofice cream in the afternoon to top off the picnic. How we looked forward to thattreat!

    I was justnineteen years old when I started my first teaching position in a countryschool with thirteen students. I felt excited, nervous and happy as I preparedmy lunchbucket the first morning of the term. Ican’t remember what kind of sandwiches I packed , but I do remember I put in afresh pear and a piece of chocolate cake for dessert!

According to the text, the school the author once attended            .

Ahad a small number of students

Bhad no celebrations

Chad advanced teaching equipment

Dhad a small playground

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                                B

    My school stood ina big square playground in southeastern South Dakota. One teacher taught allgrades, first through eighth. Most grades had only two or three students.

    Our school daystarted with the flag pledge(宣誓). Then the teacher called onegrade at a time to the recitation bench beside her desk. She’d check our work,explain the new lesson, and dismiss us to go back to our own desks and do ournew work, all in less than ten minutes per grade.

    At noon we atelunches we had brought. Our lunches consisted of homemade sandwiches and if wewere lucky, dessert. My favorite dessert was a fresh pear, and a piece of Mom’sdelicious sour cream chocolate cake.

    The annualChristmas program was the most exciting part of the year. We hurried throughour lessons during December to allow time to practise poems, songs, and plays.

    A few days beforethe performance, the school board members borrowed equipment from the town andset up a stage across one side of the classroom. We hung bed sheets forcurtains.

    On the evening ofthe performance, petrol lanterns hanging along the walls cast a warm, thoughnot very bright, light over the gathering crowd. We could hardly contain ourexcitement as we looked from behind the curtains to wave at our parents.

    On a spring Sundayin a new term, just before the last day of the school term, everyone in theneighborhood gathered for a picnic. Our moms set fried chicken, bowls ofsalads, and desserts on the teacher’s desk and the library table. After thedinner, we played games. One of the school board members brought big buckets ofice cream in the afternoon to top off the picnic. How we looked forward to thattreat!

    I was justnineteen years old when I started my first teaching position in a countryschool with thirteen students. I felt excited, nervous and happy as I preparedmy lunchbucket the first morning of the term. Ican’t remember what kind of sandwiches I packed , but I do remember I put in afresh pear and a piece of chocolate cake for dessert!

What can we infer from the description of the picnic?

AThe teacher performed many jobs.

BThe students liked hanging lanterns.

CThe local people supported the school.

DSchool board members were not expected to attend it.

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                                B

    My school stood ina big square playground in southeastern South Dakota. One teacher taught allgrades, first through eighth. Most grades had only two or three students.

    Our school daystarted with the flag pledge(宣誓). Then the teacher called onegrade at a time to the recitation bench beside her desk. She’d check our work,explain the new lesson, and dismiss us to go back to our own desks and do ournew work, all in less than ten minutes per grade.

    At noon we atelunches we had brought. Our lunches consisted of homemade sandwiches and if wewere lucky, dessert. My favorite dessert was a fresh pear, and a piece of Mom’sdelicious sour cream chocolate cake.

    The annualChristmas program was the most exciting part of the year. We hurried throughour lessons during December to allow time to practise poems, songs, and plays.

    A few days beforethe performance, the school board members borrowed equipment from the town andset up a stage across one side of the classroom. We hung bed sheets forcurtains.

    On the evening ofthe performance, petrol lanterns hanging along the walls cast a warm, thoughnot very bright, light over the gathering crowd. We could hardly contain ourexcitement as we looked from behind the curtains to wave at our parents.

    On a spring Sundayin a new term, just before the last day of the school term, everyone in theneighborhood gathered for a picnic. Our moms set fried chicken, bowls ofsalads, and desserts on the teacher’s desk and the library table. After thedinner, we played games. One of the school board members brought big buckets ofice cream in the afternoon to top off the picnic. How we looked forward to thattreat!

    I was justnineteen years old when I started my first teaching position in a countryschool with thirteen students. I felt excited, nervous and happy as I preparedmy lunchbucket the first morning of the term. Ican’t remember what kind of sandwiches I packed , but I do remember I put in afresh pear and a piece of chocolate cake for dessert!

Why does the author mention a pear and a piece of chocolate cake in the last paragraph ?

AThese were easy items to pack in a lunch bucket.

BFruits and cakes were always good choices for dessert.

CThey reminded her of her golden days as a student.

DThey were the only desert she ate with her lunch or dinner.

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                                B

    My school stood ina big square playground in southeastern South Dakota. One teacher taught allgrades, first through eighth. Most grades had only two or three students.

    Our school daystarted with the flag pledge(宣誓). Then the teacher called onegrade at a time to the recitation bench beside her desk. She’d check our work,explain the new lesson, and dismiss us to go back to our own desks and do ournew work, all in less than ten minutes per grade.

    At noon we atelunches we had brought. Our lunches consisted of homemade sandwiches and if wewere lucky, dessert. My favorite dessert was a fresh pear, and a piece of Mom’sdelicious sour cream chocolate cake.

    The annualChristmas program was the most exciting part of the year. We hurried throughour lessons during December to allow time to practise poems, songs, and plays.

    A few days beforethe performance, the school board members borrowed equipment from the town andset up a stage across one side of the classroom. We hung bed sheets forcurtains.

    On the evening ofthe performance, petrol lanterns hanging along the walls cast a warm, thoughnot very bright, light over the gathering crowd. We could hardly contain ourexcitement as we looked from behind the curtains to wave at our parents.

    On a spring Sundayin a new term, just before the last day of the school term, everyone in theneighborhood gathered for a picnic. Our moms set fried chicken, bowls ofsalads, and desserts on the teacher’s desk and the library table. After thedinner, we played games. One of the school board members brought big buckets ofice cream in the afternoon to top off the picnic. How we looked forward to thattreat!

    I was justnineteen years old when I started my first teaching position in a countryschool with thirteen students. I felt excited, nervous and happy as I preparedmy lunchbucket the first morning of the term. Ican’t remember what kind of sandwiches I packed , but I do remember I put in afresh pear and a piece of chocolate cake for dessert!

It can be concluded from the text that the author             .

Awas fond of cooking

Bwas very independent

Cearned little from her job

Dwas happy though life was hard sometimes

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                                C

                         Bear Story

    Campers Gene and Marie Marsden took pride in beinggood citizens when in the wild. While driving miles to the Green River Lakesarea, they taught their children what they had learned in the bear safetyhandbook put out by the Bridger-Teton Forest Service.

    Mr. and Mrs. Marsden did their best to keep a tidycamp. As the handbook had said to hang all food at least ten feet off theground and four feet out from the trees, they did that and locked their food intheir trailer(拖车)atnight. It was already dark when they went to bed, but they perused thecampsite with flashlights, making sure nothing was left out. Following the bearbook’s advice, they slept a hundred yards from where they cooked their food,and kept the car near their tents, separated from the trailer, which they leftup at the other camp.

    The Marsdens liked having their dog Spike on guard.But on the first night, Spike would not stop barking. When Marie Marsden pulledthe tent open and shone her flashlight ,she saw a young bear.

    They all piled into the car and drove quickly downthe path, calling out of the window to Spike and abandoning the trailer. Theydrove to a pay phone and called a Fish and Game Department guard, whoidentified the bear by the white ring of the fur the Marsdens had seen aroundhis neck. The authorities informed the Marsdens that the bear was a young malethat they’d been keeping an eye on.

    The next morning, the Marsdens heard helicopterscircling over the mountain and wondered if it might have something to do withthe bear.

    After spending the night in the public campground,they drove back to their site. Wandering the area in search of clues, Mariecame to a stop below a tall tree. She slapped her head and shouted, “Oh no!”

    “What is it?” Gene asked.

    Marie pointed at the ground where Spike’s dog foodbowl lay upside down.

    A week after their return home, the Marsdens readthe headline in their local paper. “Bear Killed in Wind Rivers.” According tothe article, the Fish and Game Department had shot the young bear because,having been rewarded for invading(侵入) a human campsite, it would likely do so again.

    The Marsdens knew they had been lucky in theencounter, yet much to their shame and sadness, they also knew that the bearhad not.

What do we know about the Marsdens?

AThey went to the wild to watch the bear.

BThey did what the bear safety handbook had said.

CThey were the first people to trap the bear.

DThey abandoned their dog on seeing the bear.

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                                C

                         Bear Story

    Campers Gene and Marie Marsden took pride in beinggood citizens when in the wild. While driving miles to the Green River Lakesarea, they taught their children what they had learned in the bear safetyhandbook put out by the Bridger-Teton Forest Service.

    Mr. and Mrs. Marsden did their best to keep a tidycamp. As the handbook had said to hang all food at least ten feet off theground and four feet out from the trees, they did that and locked their food intheir trailer(拖车)atnight. It was already dark when they went to bed, but they perused thecampsite with flashlights, making sure nothing was left out. Following the bearbook’s advice, they slept a hundred yards from where they cooked their food,and kept the car near their tents, separated from the trailer, which they leftup at the other camp.

    The Marsdens liked having their dog Spike on guard.But on the first night, Spike would not stop barking. When Marie Marsden pulledthe tent open and shone her flashlight ,she saw a young bear.

    They all piled into the car and drove quickly downthe path, calling out of the window to Spike and abandoning the trailer. Theydrove to a pay phone and called a Fish and Game Department guard, whoidentified the bear by the white ring of the fur the Marsdens had seen aroundhis neck. The authorities informed the Marsdens that the bear was a young malethat they’d been keeping an eye on.

    The next morning, the Marsdens heard helicopterscircling over the mountain and wondered if it might have something to do withthe bear.

    After spending the night in the public campground,they drove back to their site. Wandering the area in search of clues, Mariecame to a stop below a tall tree. She slapped her head and shouted, “Oh no!”

    “What is it?” Gene asked.

    Marie pointed at the ground where Spike’s dog foodbowl lay upside down.

    A week after their return home, the Marsdens readthe headline in their local paper. “Bear Killed in Wind Rivers.” According tothe article, the Fish and Game Department had shot the young bear because,having been rewarded for invading(侵入) a human campsite, it would likely do so again.

    The Marsdens knew they had been lucky in theencounter, yet much to their shame and sadness, they also knew that the bearhad not.

The underlined work “perused” in Paragraph 2 means __________.

Aexamined

Bdecorated

Cfound

Dclean

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                                C

                         Bear Story

    Campers Gene and Marie Marsden took pride in beinggood citizens when in the wild. While driving miles to the Green River Lakesarea, they taught their children what they had learned in the bear safetyhandbook put out by the Bridger-Teton Forest Service.

    Mr. and Mrs. Marsden did their best to keep a tidycamp. As the handbook had said to hang all food at least ten feet off theground and four feet out from the trees, they did that and locked their food intheir trailer(拖车)atnight. It was already dark when they went to bed, but they perused thecampsite with flashlights, making sure nothing was left out. Following the bearbook’s advice, they slept a hundred yards from where they cooked their food,and kept the car near their tents, separated from the trailer, which they leftup at the other camp.

    The Marsdens liked having their dog Spike on guard.But on the first night, Spike would not stop barking. When Marie Marsden pulledthe tent open and shone her flashlight ,she saw a young bear.

    They all piled into the car and drove quickly downthe path, calling out of the window to Spike and abandoning the trailer. Theydrove to a pay phone and called a Fish and Game Department guard, whoidentified the bear by the white ring of the fur the Marsdens had seen aroundhis neck. The authorities informed the Marsdens that the bear was a young malethat they’d been keeping an eye on.

    The next morning, the Marsdens heard helicopterscircling over the mountain and wondered if it might have something to do withthe bear.

    After spending the night in the public campground,they drove back to their site. Wandering the area in search of clues, Mariecame to a stop below a tall tree. She slapped her head and shouted, “Oh no!”

    “What is it?” Gene asked.

    Marie pointed at the ground where Spike’s dog foodbowl lay upside down.

    A week after their return home, the Marsdens readthe headline in their local paper. “Bear Killed in Wind Rivers.” According tothe article, the Fish and Game Department had shot the young bear because,having been rewarded for invading(侵入) a human campsite, it would likely do so again.

    The Marsdens knew they had been lucky in theencounter, yet much to their shame and sadness, they also knew that the bearhad not.

Who is mostly to blame for the bear’s death according to the writer?

AThe bear

BThe Bridger-Teton Forest Service

CThe Fish and Game Department

DThe Marsdens

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                                C

                         Bear Story

    Campers Gene and Marie Marsden took pride in beinggood citizens when in the wild. While driving miles to the Green River Lakesarea, they taught their children what they had learned in the bear safetyhandbook put out by the Bridger-Teton Forest Service.

    Mr. and Mrs. Marsden did their best to keep a tidycamp. As the handbook had said to hang all food at least ten feet off theground and four feet out from the trees, they did that and locked their food intheir trailer(拖车)atnight. It was already dark when they went to bed, but they perused thecampsite with flashlights, making sure nothing was left out. Following the bearbook’s advice, they slept a hundred yards from where they cooked their food,and kept the car near their tents, separated from the trailer, which they leftup at the other camp.

    The Marsdens liked having their dog Spike on guard.But on the first night, Spike would not stop barking. When Marie Marsden pulledthe tent open and shone her flashlight ,she saw a young bear.

    They all piled into the car and drove quickly downthe path, calling out of the window to Spike and abandoning the trailer. Theydrove to a pay phone and called a Fish and Game Department guard, whoidentified the bear by the white ring of the fur the Marsdens had seen aroundhis neck. The authorities informed the Marsdens that the bear was a young malethat they’d been keeping an eye on.

    The next morning, the Marsdens heard helicopterscircling over the mountain and wondered if it might have something to do withthe bear.

    After spending the night in the public campground,they drove back to their site. Wandering the area in search of clues, Mariecame to a stop below a tall tree. She slapped her head and shouted, “Oh no!”

    “What is it?” Gene asked.

    Marie pointed at the ground where Spike’s dog foodbowl lay upside down.

    A week after their return home, the Marsdens readthe headline in their local paper. “Bear Killed in Wind Rivers.” According tothe article, the Fish and Game Department had shot the young bear because,having been rewarded for invading(侵入) a human campsite, it would likely do so again.

    The Marsdens knew they had been lucky in theencounter, yet much to their shame and sadness, they also knew that the bearhad not.

Where does this text most probably come from?

AA study on habits of bears in the Western mountains.

BA scientific report on human-bear relationships.

CA human interest article in a camping magazine.

DA handbook on bear’s living habits.

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                                D

    One form of socialprejudice against older people is the belief that they cannot understand or usemodern technology. Activities like playing computer games, going on the Net anddownloading MP3s are only for the youngsters. Isn’t it unfair that older peopleenjoying a computer game should be frowned(皱眉) upon by their children andgrandchildren?

    Nowadays olderpeople have more control over their lives and they play a full part in society.Moreover, better health care has left more people in their sixties andseventies feeling fit and active after retirement. Mental activity, as well asphysical exercise, can contribute to better health .Playing computer games is avery effective way of exercising the brain.

    When personalcomputers were first introduced, most older people didn’t believe they wouldever familiarize themselves with it. Now computers have been around for a fewgenerations and retired people have gradually become more relaxed about usingthem for fun. Gamers over 65 prefer playing puzzle games and card games. KateStevens, aged 72, says: “I find it very relaxing. It’s not very demanding, butyou still need to concentrate. ”

    Anotherdevelopment that has favored “grey games” is a change in the type of videogamesavailable on the market. There’s a greater variety of games to choose from,including more intellectual and complex strategy(策略) and simulation(模拟) games. Internet Chess and Train Simulator are among the most popular ofthese. Train Simulator is based on real-world rail activities. Players canchoose from a variety of challenges, such as keeping to a strict-timetable andusing helper engines during a winter storm.

    Some people arguethat “grey gamers” simply don’t have the skills required for computer games,and that teenagers are better. Thiscouldn’t be further from the truth. Most computer games require thekind of analytical thinking that improves with practice, which means that the “greygamers” may well be far better than gamers half a century younger than them. Ingames where speed is the main consideration, older people would be at adisadvantage because they may have slower reaction times. On the other hand, “greygamers” have a preference for slower paced, mind challenging games.

The second paragraph is intended to            .

Ashow the best way to exercise the brain

Bstress the importance of good health

Cexplain why grey gamers exist

Dteach how to play videogames

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                                D

    One form of socialprejudice against older people is the belief that they cannot understand or usemodern technology. Activities like playing computer games, going on the Net anddownloading MP3s are only for the youngsters. Isn’t it unfair that older peopleenjoying a computer game should be frowned(皱眉) upon by their children andgrandchildren?

    Nowadays olderpeople have more control over their lives and they play a full part in society.Moreover, better health care has left more people in their sixties andseventies feeling fit and active after retirement. Mental activity, as well asphysical exercise, can contribute to better health .Playing computer games is avery effective way of exercising the brain.

    When personalcomputers were first introduced, most older people didn’t believe they wouldever familiarize themselves with it. Now computers have been around for a fewgenerations and retired people have gradually become more relaxed about usingthem for fun. Gamers over 65 prefer playing puzzle games and card games. KateStevens, aged 72, says: “I find it very relaxing. It’s not very demanding, butyou still need to concentrate. ”

    Anotherdevelopment that has favored “grey games” is a change in the type of videogamesavailable on the market. There’s a greater variety of games to choose from,including more intellectual and complex strategy(策略) and simulation(模拟) games. Internet Chess and Train Simulator are among the most popular ofthese. Train Simulator is based on real-world rail activities. Players canchoose from a variety of challenges, such as keeping to a strict-timetable andusing helper engines during a winter storm.

    Some people arguethat “grey gamers” simply don’t have the skills required for computer games,and that teenagers are better. Thiscouldn’t be further from the truth. Most computer games require thekind of analytical thinking that improves with practice, which means that the “greygamers” may well be far better than gamers half a century younger than them. Ingames where speed is the main consideration, older people would be at adisadvantage because they may have slower reaction times. On the other hand, “greygamers” have a preference for slower paced, mind challenging games.

What was older people’s attitude towards personal computers at first ?

ADoubtful

BConcerned

CEnthusiastic

DSupportive

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                                D

    One form of socialprejudice against older people is the belief that they cannot understand or usemodern technology. Activities like playing computer games, going on the Net anddownloading MP3s are only for the youngsters. Isn’t it unfair that older peopleenjoying a computer game should be frowned(皱眉) upon by their children andgrandchildren?

    Nowadays olderpeople have more control over their lives and they play a full part in society.Moreover, better health care has left more people in their sixties andseventies feeling fit and active after retirement. Mental activity, as well asphysical exercise, can contribute to better health .Playing computer games is avery effective way of exercising the brain.

    When personalcomputers were first introduced, most older people didn’t believe they wouldever familiarize themselves with it. Now computers have been around for a fewgenerations and retired people have gradually become more relaxed about usingthem for fun. Gamers over 65 prefer playing puzzle games and card games. KateStevens, aged 72, says: “I find it very relaxing. It’s not very demanding, butyou still need to concentrate. ”

    Anotherdevelopment that has favored “grey games” is a change in the type of videogamesavailable on the market. There’s a greater variety of games to choose from,including more intellectual and complex strategy(策略) and simulation(模拟) games. Internet Chess and Train Simulator are among the most popular ofthese. Train Simulator is based on real-world rail activities. Players canchoose from a variety of challenges, such as keeping to a strict-timetable andusing helper engines during a winter storm.

    Some people arguethat “grey gamers” simply don’t have the skills required for computer games,and that teenagers are better. Thiscouldn’t be further from the truth. Most computer games require thekind of analytical thinking that improves with practice, which means that the “greygamers” may well be far better than gamers half a century younger than them. Ingames where speed is the main consideration, older people would be at adisadvantage because they may have slower reaction times. On the other hand, “greygamers” have a preference for slower paced, mind challenging games.

The method the author uses to develop Paragraph 4 is            .

Aoffering analyses

Bgiving examples

Cmaking comparisons

Dproviding details

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                                D

    One form of socialprejudice against older people is the belief that they cannot understand or usemodern technology. Activities like playing computer games, going on the Net anddownloading MP3s are only for the youngsters. Isn’t it unfair that older peopleenjoying a computer game should be frowned(皱眉) upon by their children andgrandchildren?

    Nowadays olderpeople have more control over their lives and they play a full part in society.Moreover, better health care has left more people in their sixties andseventies feeling fit and active after retirement. Mental activity, as well asphysical exercise, can contribute to better health .Playing computer games is avery effective way of exercising the brain.

    When personalcomputers were first introduced, most older people didn’t believe they wouldever familiarize themselves with it. Now computers have been around for a fewgenerations and retired people have gradually become more relaxed about usingthem for fun. Gamers over 65 prefer playing puzzle games and card games. KateStevens, aged 72, says: “I find it very relaxing. It’s not very demanding, butyou still need to concentrate. ”

    Anotherdevelopment that has favored “grey games” is a change in the type of videogamesavailable on the market. There’s a greater variety of games to choose from,including more intellectual and complex strategy(策略) and simulation(模拟) games. Internet Chess and Train Simulator are among the most popular ofthese. Train Simulator is based on real-world rail activities. Players canchoose from a variety of challenges, such as keeping to a strict-timetable andusing helper engines during a winter storm.

    Some people arguethat “grey gamers” simply don’t have the skills required for computer games,and that teenagers are better. Thiscouldn’t be further from the truth. Most computer games require thekind of analytical thinking that improves with practice, which means that the “greygamers” may well be far better than gamers half a century younger than them. Ingames where speed is the main consideration, older people would be at adisadvantage because they may have slower reaction times. On the other hand, “greygamers” have a preference for slower paced, mind challenging games.

By saying “This couldn’t be further from the truth.” in Paragraph 5, the author means        .

Amind challenging games are not suitable for older people

Bchildren should improve their skills with practice

Cplaying computer games requires analytical thinking

Dolder people can perform well in some computer games

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填空题 本大题共5小题,每小题10分,共50分。把答案填写在题中横线上。
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第二节 (共5小题; 每小题2分,满分10分)

    根据短文内容,从短文后的选项中选出能填入空白处的最佳选项,选项中有两项为多余选项。

    It’s natural for all kids to worry at times, and because of personality differences, some may worry more than others.    36     They typically worry about things like grades, tests, their changing bodies, fitting in with friends, the goal they missed at the soccer game, or whether they’ll be bullied (欺负), or left out. Luckily, parents can help kids manage worry and deal with everyday problems.

    To help your kids manage what’s worrying them :

    Find out what’s on their minds.

    Be available and take an interest in what’s happening at school, on the team, and with your kids’ friends.    37     As you listen to stories of the day’s events, be sure to ask about what your kids think and feel about what happened. Sometimes just sharing the story with you can help lighten their load.

        38

    Being interested in your child’s concerns shows they’re important to you, too, and helps kids feel supported and understood. Reassuring (令人安心的) comments can help—but usually only after you’ve heard your child out. Say that you understand your child’s feelings and the problem.

    Guide kids to solutions.

        39     When your child tells you about a problem, offer to help come up with a soluteion together. If your son is worried about an upcoming math test, for example, offering to help him study will lessen his concern about it.

    Offer reassurance and comfort.

    Sometimes when kids are worried, what they need most is a parent’s and comfort.    40     It helps kids to know that, whatever happens, parents will be there with love and support.

    A. Show you care and understand .

    B. Take casual opportunities toask how it’s going.

    C. It might come in the form of ahug or time spent together.

    D. Kids sometimes worry aboutthings that have already happened.

    E. Not all the kids worry abouttheir teachers when they start a new school.

    F. What kids worry about is oftenrelated to the age and stage they’re in..

    G. You can help reduce worries by helping kids learnto deal with challenging situations. 



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完形填空(共20小题;每小题1.5分,满分30分)

    阅读下面短文,从短文后各题所给的四个选项(A、B、C和D)中,选出可以填入空白处的最佳选项。

    Six months ago I made a rash (轻率的) promise. The leader of the youth   41   in our village rang me in March saying , “We are thinking of running a children’s play program for a   42   in October half-term. Would you be prepared to   43   ?” My response was, “sure, why not ?”   44   I was a little flattered(荣幸的) to be asked, even though working as a care assistant with old people hardly   45   me for the role. Still, I put the date in my diary. Time flew and   46   I knew it, the day finally came.

    I arrived at the youth centre that morning feeling full of   47   . There were 12 helpers including me and each pair had been allocated (分配) a particular   48   group. Mine was the 10 to 11 year olds.

    All too quickly the children began   49   . A handful of them were already members of the club but the other forty-five were from the local primary schools.   50   I asked myself why I had decided to spend a day with all these “little monsters”   51   when I had two of my own! I needn’t have   52   of course as it turned out to be a   53   day. We learned “action” songs, decorated biscuits and played memory games. I say “we” because I rediscovered my inner   54   and joined in all the activities.

    The most   55   was the final performance of “He’s got the whole world in his hands” in the   56   part of the day. The children knew the words and actions off by heart and sang so   57   that it was almost enough to bring the roof down. It made you   58   to witness something so magical.

    There was one   59   for the children and that was that the play program was only running for a day, and not the whole week. As they said goodbye to me, one of the children   60   and said “Can we do it again in the next holiday, Miss? “ My response was, “Sure, why not?”

41. 

    A. team             

    B.organization           

    C. club                    

    D. movement 

42. 

    A. morning          

    B.day                      

    C.week                 

    D. month

43. 

    A. try                  

    B.help                      

    C.enter                     

    D.play

44. 

    A. After all          

    B.In truth               

    C. Above all            

    D. In short  

45. 

    A. considered       

    B.wanted                

    C. selected              

    D. qualified

46. 

    A. until                 

    B.as                           

    C.before                    

    D.since

47. 

    A. anxiety          

    B.shame             

    C. anger                

    D. pain 

48. 

    A. age              

    B.interest            

    C. study                 

    D. dance  

49. 

    A. crying              

    B.acting                 

    C. arriving              

    D. changing  

50. 

    A. Again             

    B.Instead                 

    C. Later                    

    D. Besides

51. 

    A. probably          

    B.certainly              

    C. exactly                 

    D.especially  

52. 

    A. worried           

    B.waited                   

    C.promised                

    D. joined

53. 

    A. free                 

    B.wonderful              

    C. common                

    D. tiring

54. 

    A. action            

    B.voice                    

    C.feeling                    

    D.child 

55. 

    A. difficult            

    B.impressive                   

    C. important             

    D.mysterious 

56. 

    A. closing          

    B.starting                

    C. early                     

    D. middle  

57. 

    A. beautifully        

    B.sweetly                

    C. loudly                 

    D. clearly

58. 

    A. confused          

    B.excited                

    C. crazy                   

    D. brave

59. 

    A. failure          

    B. puzzle                  

    C. surprise                  

    D.disappointment

60. 

    A. turned       

    B. ran                     

    C.refused                   

    D. shared  

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第二节 (共10小题;每小题1.5分,满分15分)

    阅读下面材料,在空白处填入适当内容(1个单词)或括号内单词的正确形式。

    Everyone   61   (complain) about being stuck in traffic. It is quite possible that the future city will have no traffic at all. H.G Wells, in his book The Sleeper Awakes, tells something about the traffic. In the streets of that future London there will be no vehicles. The city   62   (provide) with moving roads. One side of the road travels   63   one direction; the other side moves   64   opposite way. Anyone who wants to go to another part of the city steps on the moving “way” and sits on one of the seats until he arrives. He has none of the troubles   65   a private car brings with it: whether there is enough petrol, whether the tyres are all right, where to park it. The moving way is always at his service, always moving   66   (silent) along, always ready   67   (take) him to his destination. That city of the future has no traffic jams.

    To link up the   68   (vary) cities, vehicles driven by atomic power will pass along highways   69   (divide) into two main groups of lanes. Each group will consist of several lanes, some for slow traffic, some for fast. Crossroads will not exist on these highways, but will be replaced by bridges and junctions(交叉口). Where these highways enter   70   (city), ports and other built-up areas, they will pass through underground tunnels.

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短文改错(共10小题;每小题1分,共10分)

    假定英语课上老师要求同桌之间交换修改作文,请你修改你同桌写的以下作文。作文中共有10处语言错误,每句中最多有两处。每处错误仅涉及一个单词的增加、删除或修改。

    增加:在缺词处加一个漏子符号(∧)并在其下面写出该加的词。

    删除:在错的词下划一横线,并在该词下面写出修改后的词。

注意:1每处错误及其修改均仅限一词;

          2只允许修改10处,多者(从第11处起)不计分。

    Here I will tell you what happened to me the other day. My best friend Alice and I was riding her brother’s four-wheeler. She was driving down a road when all of sudden we hit a sand pile and lost control. She was okay and I wasn’t. I was knocking unconscious. At first she didn’t know how to do but then she heard a truck coming down the road. So she waved down the driver and explain what had happened. The man got out of his truck with a second thought. He rushed over to her and called an ambulance. By that time I was starting to wake up. When I woke up, I saw the man stood over me. I thanked for him. That man was a hero.

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书面表达(满分25分)

    假定你是大庆实验中学的学生李健。最近,学校打算为同学们制作统一的校服,请你给闫校长写一封建议信,要点如下:

    1写信的目的;

    2对校服的布料,款式等提出建议并说明理由。

注意:

    1词数100左右;

    2可以适当增加细节,以使行文连贯的;

    3开头和结尾已为你写好,不计入总词数。

Dear Mr. Yan,

                                                                                        

                                   Yours sincerely,

                                                Li Jian

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